Moraine Valley's Music Program offers an array of courses and experiences for students with a passion for music. Classes and private lessons are taught in state-of-the-art classrooms and studios, including a piano lab with computers for music theory and piano classes.
The faculty in the Music Department includes professional musicians from throughout the Chicago area. Many faculty members perform in professional ensembles and organizations across the United States and Europe, and in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Center, and college and university recital halls.
Associate in Arts Degree
Students wishing to obtain a degree in music may begin with transferable music course work in the Associate in Arts degree program.
For more information about Moraine Valley's Music Program, contact Douglass Bratt, associate professor of Music and coordinator of music activities, at (708) 974-5215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MUS-104—Music Theory I
MUS-105—Music Theory II
MUS-106—Intro to American Music
MUS-115—Class Piano I
MUS-116—Class Piano II
MUS-204—Music Theory III
MUS-205—Music Theory IV
MUS-206—Music History I
MUS-207—Music History II
Private music lessons in the following areas may be taken for credit or
Suzuki violin for children and adults
Douglass Bratt, M.M.
Associate Professor, Music, Percussion
Coordinator, Academic Music Program
Director, Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band and Percussion Ensemble
Office Location: F126G
Telephone: (708) 974-5215
Tammi Carlson, M.A.
Associate Professor, Humanities/Music; Flute Choir Director
Office Location: F242
Telephone: (708) 974-5636
Nicholas Thomas, M.A.
Department Chair, Fine Arts and Humanities
Associate Professor, Music; Choral Director
Office Location: F244
Telephone: (708) 974-5755